Impressions From T3 Conference: The Future Is Bright, Part 2
Seeing the cutting edge of technology at the conference also served to highlight the emerging challenges of technology development.
Impressions From T3 Conference: The Future Is Bright, Part 1
Perhaps one of the most striking themes heard at the conference is that the technology solutions have become so numerous, one of the greatest challenges is just choosing among them all.
Top 10 Technology Trends for Advisors and Their Partners, Pt. 4: Integrated Workstation
Significant investments are being made by large financial institutions and niche software providers for the sole purpose of allowing advisors to plug-and-play different software solutions into “their” advisor workstations.
Top 10 Technology Trends for Advisors and Their Partners, Pt. 3: Mobility
Within five years, every advisor and institution will need to have a credible mobile offering or risk becoming irrelevant.
Eric Clarke: The 2012 IA 25 Extended Profile
In our industry, technology has allowed advisors to go out on their own as independent investment advisors and still provide their clients the same level of service that the wirehouses have traditionally provided.
5 Tips to Help Advisors Use Pinterest, a ‘Virtual Pinboard’
If Facebook and Twitter aren’t enough, there’s a new social media platform that may help advisors with their marketing campaigns.
Chip Roame: The 2012 IA 25 Extended Profile
“It’s like drinking from a fire hose.”
The 2012 IA 25
Some people ride a wave and some people, like the honorees of the 10th annual IA 25, create a wave.
Special Report: The 2012 IA 25
Throughout the rest of April and May, we’ll be publishing extended versions of each profile, including exclusive interviews, on AdvisorOne.
Outsourcing the Back Office Across the Globe
Now that Lou Dobbs and other TV talking heads have mellowed on the outsourcing hysteria circa 2004, a sober look at the strategy, especially when it comes to the broker-dealer back office, is yielding positive results in efficiencies and cost containment.